Three people injured in Fourth of July shooting in Denver

DENVER — At least three people were injured during a shooting in Denver Monday night. The incident happened in the 2100 block of West Pacific Place. At least three victims have been located, according to the Denver Police Department. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time. ALERT: #DPD is investigating a shooting in the … Read more

Wimbledon week two: Britain’s hopes ride on Cameron ‘Nozza’ Norrie

B ritain’s hopes for week two of Wimbledon ride on Cameron Norrie as the only team GB singles player left in the tournament. Fans were buoyed by the 26-year-old’s exhilarating win on Sunday against his best friend on the tour, American Tommy Paul, after a week of gradual knockouts for British stars including Emma Raducanu … Read more

What the papers say – July 3

T he papers on Sunday are led by reports that Boris Johnson was warned twice of sexual misconduct claims against “groper” Tory MP Chris Pincher. The Sunday Mirror writes that the PM twice took no action to probe the MP it has dubbed the “Pestminister” after he was warned about Mr Pincher by his MPs … Read more

Three people arrested after pursuit through Pueblo, police shooting

PUEBLO, Colo. — Three people were arrested Tuesday following a pursuit through Pueblo and a police shooting. Around 7:47 a.m., a dark-colored Ford F-350 attempted to steal an ATM from the Sunflower bank located on the southside of Pueblo. The suspect fired a rifle at a witness in the area during the incident, according to the Pueblo … Read more

New Wakefield MP Simon Lightwood says Labour is ‘rebuilding the red wall’

N ew Wakefield MP Simon Lightwood has said Labour is “rebuilding the red wall” as the party reclaimed the West Yorkshire seat from the Conservatives. Mr Lightwood was elected with a majority of 4,925 on a swing of 12.7% from the Tories to Labour. Wakefield had been a Labour seat continuously from 1932 until 2019, … Read more

Disabled households pushed into debt by rising cost of living, charity warns

D isabled households in the UK are being pushed into debt by spiralling living costs, research suggests. People who are disabled and the loved ones who care for them are at “breaking point”, and Government cost-of-living support will only offer temporary relief, according to the disability charity Sense. Censuswide carried out polling for the charity … Read more